Amit Shah wrote a letter to Mallikarjun Kharge, said in Parliament – ‘I am ready to discuss Manipur’ -aabtak24


Parliament Monsoon Session: The deadlock continues in both the Houses of Parliament on Manipur. On one side, the opposition is adamant that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi gives a statement on Manipur violence, on the other hand the government is saying that we are ready for discussion, but the opposition is running away. Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday (July 25) that the government has no fear on holding discussions. He said that I have also written a letter to the Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. 

Responding to the discussion on the Multi State Cooperative Amendment Bill, Amit Shah said, “They (opposition) have no interest in the welfare and cooperation of Dalits, women.” It is natural for them to raise slogans, but I want to say that I have written a letter to the Leader of the Opposition in both the Houses (Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha) that we are ready to discuss Manipur."text-align: justify;"> He said, “The government has no fear to hold a long discussion on Manipur. The public is watching you. Have to go to the polls. Keep in mind the fear of the public. Create proper atmosphere in the House for the sensitive issue."text-align: justify;">What did Amit Shah write in the letter?
Amit Shah said in a letter written to Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary and Kharge that I am writing to you seeking your cooperation to discuss the events in Manipur. He said that our Parliament is the cornerstone of India’s vibrant democracy. It stands as a symbol of our collective will and serves as the primary forum for constructive debate, meaningful discussion and pro-people legislation. 

Shah further said, you know that Manipur is a very important border state of India. The rich cultural heritage of Manipur is the jewel of culture not only of Manipur but of entire India. 

What did Mallikarjun Kharge say?
Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said on Tuesday that PM Modi should make a detailed statement about the situation in Manipur in Parliament and take the country into confidence. The opposition alliance ‘Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance’ Kharge also said that what has happened in Manipur is not good for this border state, after the meeting of the constituents of the (India). 

He tweeted, ‘‘PM Modi needs to give a detailed statement in the Parliament on the ongoing violence in Manipur for 83 days. Stories of extreme horror are slowly coming to the fore.‘India’ seeks response from Modi government on Manipur violence.’’

Kharge said, ‘‘The situation in the Northeast is critical and Manipur violence seems to be affecting other states as well. This is not good for our sensitive border states. Time has come for Prime Minister Modi to shed his arrogance and take the country into confidence on Manipur.’’ He said that PM Modi should tell what his government is doing to improve the situation and when the situation will return to normal in Manipur.’’

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